Emily Reid

Rookie (Aspen, CO)

I Love You, Please Just Listen... - Poem by Emily Reid

You’re all I want right now. I know I’ve made mistakes but I wish you could see past them. What ever I said and did please, just forget them if you can. I need you in my life more than you know. You mean so much to me, please don’t go… I can’t just be friends because you’ll always mean more to me. You’re the only one who has ever made me feel pretty and when we touch it’s like magic. I don’t know what I can do to prove to you that you’re the only guy I want. I’m so stupid for letting you go and I really thought that we could try again. All I’m asking for is a second chance. Every time I’m near you I feel like I’m going to float away. I’m scared to lose you again…After what you said I thought that we could finally get back together. I’m just so scared that you’ll leave my life again and I can’t let you do that. The second you said that you only want to be friends I broke down in tears… please don’t do this is all that went through my head. I need you, I love you. I don’t know what to do anymore, I’ve lost the only love worth fighting for. Is there a chance that you might change your mind? I’ll drown in my tears if that’s what it takes. Maybe then you’ll care if you really don’t have me at all in this world. I’d rather have you then anything in the world you mean the world to me. I’m sorry for all the mistakes I’ve made and I know I can’t take them back. You don’t have to be the man he is, I only want you to want me. I’ll never make you do anything you don’t want to… I only want you in my life. There’s no point in living with out you. I love you, please don’t go…


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  • (12/20/2009 4:29:00 PM)


    This is a heartfelt plea for the return of the love that you feel! It is in the form of a letter, one which is so like something so many of us have written in the past. I for one know just what you mean! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 7, 2009



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